“..locally-owned partnerships between local authorities and businesses, playing a central role in determining local economic priorities...”
“...removing barriers to growth, creating jobs across Coventry & Warwickshire, showcasing the area as a great place to grow a business...”
“...a proactive and dynamic public and private sector partnership”
“...consultation, Business groups, events and social media, your chance to discuss your barriers to growth...”
“Influencing policy and creating the spatial framework to encourage growth
“Identify barriers to businesses in Coventry & Warwickshire in accessing finance by segmenting the overall business finance market and understanding the differing issues relating to start-up, renewal of existing facilities and financing growth.
“To develop local strategies that will ensure the provision of specific skills that are and will be required to support job creation and future economic growth and also develop strategies to help fill current vacancies in the job market.
“To develop a vision/strategy for a ‘low carbon future’. Priorities of the Group are; Low Carbon Mobility, Retrofit of housing stock leading on Green Deal initiatives and Smart Networks.
“Opportunities presented by genuine supply chain collaboration and exporting are a strong theme. Access to finance and skills challenges are also a priority, helping businesses to become “investment ready”.
“To act in an advisory capacity to the LEP Board on all transport matters (strategic and otherwise) and identify the transport priorities (led by economic criteria) to support the aims and objectives of the LEP.
“Aiming to develop and approve an SME Engagement Plan
“The purpose of the group is to develop the sub regional offer in terms of promoting all the great reasons why business should invest and grow their business in Coventry and Warwickshire.
“The convergence of transport and communications”
“Leading the way with technology and innovation”
“Building on our automotive heritage”
“UK hub for Serious Games, a global leader in smart spaces”